The Mini Route is a child friendly route of approximately 10 miles of flat roads specifically chosen with minimal traffic taking in our beautiful part of the New Forest.
A more challenging Route of approximately 25 miles, again specifically chosen route with light local traffic.
The Go-Ride is back - bigger and better than before...
Before the Go-Ride races, there will be a cycle Sportive, with a choice of 2 routes - a child friendly Mini route of approximately 10 miles (17.5km) or a more challenging 25 miles (40km). Both routes will be signposted and selcted for minimal traffic...
Routes start and finish at the Recreation Ground with the Go-Ride races starting at 1pm.
There will also be a BBQ and refreshments at the Clubhouse.
It's back! Go-Ride Nomansland will be back in 2019.
With the help of British Cycling this popular introduction to bike racing will be once again held at the Recreation Ground at Nomansland on Saturday 6th July 2019.
This year we are adding a Sportive before the Go-Ride with a choice of short route and long(er) route all finishing at the Recreation Ground ready for the Go-Ride Races...!!!
The Sportive leaves the Recreation Ground at 11 am - with the Go-Ride races starting at
1 pm until 3pm.
Happy's Circus is coming to town...!!! Save the date - Sunday 16th June 2019 at Landford Recreation Ground. Gates open at 12.30 pm Circus performances start at 1.45 pm. A fun packed comedy show all the family will love supported by International Circus Artists. Come and enjoy Father's Day at the Circus...!!!
Tickets now available from the following stores: Hale, Wellow Consumables, Landford, Bramshaw and KS1 & KS2 of The New Forest School...
5.30 pm to 6.30 pm come and participate in a Dad's & Lad's "relaxed" football session (with a beer in the Clubhouse afterwards...). Just bring your boots and some beer...!!!
The Recreation Ground hosts the annual school sports day, where the children from Morrison, Nelson, St Peters and St Andrews battle it out to see who takes the overall top sports honours for the year. The Mum's and Dad's race is also always keenly anticipated.
At the end of the acedemic year, it's time to kick back and enjoy the end of year Hog Roast. Always a great way to sign off before the Summer break.
Nomansland is a village with its origins in The Forest and whose residents hold it in their hearts still. So our village fayre is a traditional rural affair. The Green will be spruced up and the ponies banished, pet pooches will be washed and polished for the dog show and everybody has been busy baking cakes. Never mind the bulge, indulge in tea and cakes, fruity Pimms and our big BBQ. Mums and Dads, join a tug-o-war team; kids, don’t miss out on a ride on the death defying trolley run, and everyone will enjoy the arena shows. Not forgetting our thanks to Daisy the cow for again giving up her valuable grazing time to provide us with a pat for the Splottery.
Enjoy all the fun of the fayre.
Our traditional Fayre is jointly run by the Nomansland Sports Association and the 4th Romsey Scout Group who operate locally, serving many of the surrounding Villages.